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The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority is one of the 36 Conservation Authorities in Ontario. It has jurisdiction over watersheds of all streams draining into the Thames River from Delaware to Lake St. Clair. The Southern boundary includes the watersheds of streams draining into Lake Erie, from the Talbot Creek watershed in the east, to the Two Creeks watershed in the west. Total area 3,275 square kilometres (1,264 square miles) and is home to 107,000 people. There are 10 member municipalities.

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“Experience some of the best birding in SW Ontario!”  “Step into Nature” For The Big O Birding “Healthy Hike”

“Experience some of the best birding in SW Ontario!” “Step into Nature” For The Big O Birding “Healthy Hike”

Comber  – “Step Into Nature” on April 29th, at 10 am at Big ‘O’ Conservation Area in Comber and experience some of the best birding Southwestern Ontario has to offer.  A “Healthy Hike” will be led by Paul Pratt, a […]
“Step into Nature”  Native Plants Workshop… for nature lovers, gardeners, the curious and fresh air enthusiasts!

“Step into Nature” Native Plants Workshop… for nature lovers, gardeners, the curious and fresh air enthusiasts!

Mount Brydges – At Noon on Sunday, April 22, Longwoods Road Conservation Area is hosting a Native Plants Workshop.  It begins with an indoor presentation about local native plants, invasive species and biodiversity.  Then discover spring birds and wildflowers on […]
New Conservation Authority Watershed Report Cards Reveal Stressed Conditions in Our Watersheds

New Conservation Authority Watershed Report Cards Reveal Stressed Conditions in Our Watersheds

NEWMARKET (March 22, 2018) – A second set of Conservation Authority watershed report cards has begun to roll out today and the grades indicate that many of Ontario’s watersheds – particularly those in southern, more urban areas – are stressed. […]